One of our regular young people at Cafe Church named Ella, raised £75 at cafe church in May having a cake sale a further £58 selling toys, books and plants at a car boot sale. Making a total of £133 to be donated to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). Thanks to everyone who supported her.
Well-done Ella! What a worthwhile cause.
It is such a privilege to be able to show the love of Jesus on the streets of Bury St Edmunds. Please prayerfully consider applying to be a Town Pastor or part of the Prayer Team. Town Pastor training starts soon…time is running out…. PLEASE APPLY NOW!
A New Face
You are warmly invited to 'Catching the Fire' on Sunday 9 June, at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, followed by a picnic.
The Suffolk Local History Council runs a Recorders Scheme throughout Suffolk. We administer a network of volunteers to ensure that the ‘present’is adequately recorded at local level for the ‘future’.
As you read this, we’ll be well into May, but the early deadlines mean that I am writing this the day after Palm Sunday. And what a glorious day it was. We gathered at 10am on Sunday morning at the Cavendish Hall and with relief I saw that our two donkeys from the Donkey Sanctuary had arrived. Last year they couldn’t be with us because their trailer was broken, and this year, on the Saturday before the big day, we had another near-disaster after the car pulling their trailer on the way home from another event broke down. We spent an agonising afternoon trying to help with transport arrangements because the children would have been so disappointed if the donkeys had been unable to get here. But by 5pm I received a phone call from a very relieved volunteer at the Sanctuary to say that an alternative car had been arranged.